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Myleene Klass took to the ice for the first time last weekend as Dancing on Ice kicked off its 2021 series. The classical singer and presenter will make her solo ice skating debut this weekend on the ITV show but is reportedly in agony after injuring both knees during training with pro partner Lukasz Rozycki.
Last weekend, Myleene and Lukasz performed a group number with the second batch of Dancing on Ice contestants.
The presenter has been wearing supports on both knees as she continues to rehearse for her first solo performance.
According to reports, Myleene has torn cartilage in one of her knees while the other needs extra support to prevent further injury.
An ITV source said: “Myleene has picked up a knee injury during training.
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“And she is having physio sessions to try to help with both her knees ahead of her first dance on screen with Lukasz on Sunday.
“It is very early on to be in pain and having knee problems but Myleene is determined to carry on and won’t let it ruin her experience.
“She will be going through the pain barrier and the show means a lot to her and her children so this may not stop her but it certainly won’t help her chances of winning.”
Express.co.uk have contacted a representative for Dancing on Ice for comment.
The classical singer gave fans an insight into her debut solo routine on her Instagram story.
Myleene shared a picture of her and Lukasz making their way to training as she light-heartedly mocked her skating abilities.
She said: “Ahh! Just a pro skater and his partner with her ‘noodle arms’, nana knees and rising shoulders.”
Later, she shared a picture of her on the ice training with a blurred background of the ice rink.
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The caption read: “I love like this cause I feel like Kate Winslet in Titanic.
“The bit when she goes to the party with Jack…not when she hits the iceberg.”
Meanwhile, Denise Van Outen dislocated her shoulder after falling during rehearsals just 72 hours ahead of the launch show.
Despite the injury, the actress was still able to perform after changes were made to her opening routine.
Denise and partner Matt Evers finished bottom of the judges’ leaderboard with a score of 19.5.
However, the public vote saved the pair and Denise will have time to rest before her next solo dance.
All of those who skated in week one will have a week off except for Lady Leshurr who will be in Sunday’s skate-off.
She will fight for her position to remain in the competition with the celebrity that receives the lowest public vote from the second group of six contestants.
Dancing on Ice continues on ITV on Sunday at 6pm.
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